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You scream, I scream, we all scream for Ice Cream



It is summer in the Southern Hemisphere and although the holidays are over, in South Africa, the hot months of January, February and March usually have us begging to cool off with ice cream. But with New Year’s resolutions fresh in our minds and the festive season’s indulgences still evident… it is almost impossible to not feel guilty about dishing up a bowl of ice cream.

We have decided to treat our guests at Leopard’s Leap to the healthier alternative. Still creamy and cool, but with less fat, calories and sugar, a range of delectable flavours of soft-serve-style frozen yogurt was introduced in November.

Expect refreshing flavours such as Pomegranate, Litchi, Strawberry and Lime and of course the traditional favourites such as Chocolate and Vanilla.

Passion is our game and fruit is the name.

Passion is our game and frozen jogurt is the name.

While it is hard to beat the refreshing quality of a crisp glass of Leopard’s Leap Chenin Blanc or Sauvignon Blanc on our stoep, our frozen jogurt is a lovely treat for children and grown-ups alike.

Join us from Wednesdays to Sundays.

Price per tub (portion for one): R20

This is how we beat the heat at Leopards Leap! David, Wanda en Nicola Keuler are enjoying their passion fruit frozen yogurt.

This is how we beat the heat at Leopard’s Leap! David, Wanda en Nicola Keuler are enjoying their passion fruit frozen yogurt.

 

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